Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Tea,a Gift and a Tearoom

Welcome and come in for a cup of tea.

Help yourself to a blueberry oat muffin and what a good day to curl up with a book-why don't you try this one A Redbird Christmas it has a nice gentle story and a thoughtful gift from my friend Jackie in the beautiful England. She has two lovely blogs with great photography and it is so nice to get a peek at her travels in and around Surrey. So go and visit Jackie-you will be glad you did. Thank you Jackie for being so kind and thoughtful!

The photo in the background is my husband's grandparents picture in their later years. I have always loved this picture.

There is a lovely new tearoom open in Summerside called Miss Daisy's Victorian Tearoom.

The food is excellent and the price is very reasonable.

they use pretty teacups and teapots.

I love the colors they used on the walls

Love the stairway too.

They have two or three rooms that they use.

I look forward to going back soon!

I regret that I forgot to take pictures of our food but it was a late lunch and I was very hungry! However,if you get a chance check them out sometime.


Anonymous said...

Hello Carolyn

Thank you for the mention of my blogs on your post. I am pleased you enjoyed the book, quite light reading, which is ideal with so much going on with Christmas and the New Year.

The new tearoom sounds like my type of place. We have one similar to that not far away " Cassandra's Cup" in Chawton, Hampshire, home of Jane Austen.

Lovely to pop in and share a cup of tea and muffin with you, although it won't do the diet very good!!! Off to get on the new exercise bike now.

Very best wishes, Jackie in UK.


Looks like a very wonderful place. Thanks for taking us along. Blessings!

Islandsparrow said...

I'll have to check out that tearoom sometime - it looks lovely!

And I'll be heading into town to get tulips and Gerber Daisys - thanks for the heads up Carolyn .

Beautiful sunshine today!

Lynn said...

What a lovely place that looks like. Thanks for sharing it with us. I loved that book. Just a little sweet story and I was sorry when I finished it.

Elissa said...

Hello! What a BEAUTIFUL post!! I love your china so much, it soo lovely! Oh, and those muffins look simply scrumptious!!

What a charming tea room, I wish there were more place like that here! We will be sure to visit this lovely one whenever we make it to PEI!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the blogs and just love the tea things.


Susan Wicker said...

That was a lovely post, Carolyn. The tearoom looks like a nice place to relax. The muffins look yummy, too. I always love visiting you! Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Cindy said...

Hi Carolyn, that looks like a wonderful place to have tea. I enjoyed your photos.

Cindy said...

Me again, I forgot to comment on "A Redbird Christmas". I love that book, it is such a heartwarming story. I have read it twice now and I'm sure I will read it again.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Hi Carolyn,
I'm home from BC and stopped by to say 'hello.' I will have to try that new tea room; looks very nice. Love your reds, as usual! We have the same little pitcher. Have a wonderful day.


Laurie said...

Your beautiful post urges me to have a cup of tea and read a new book I just got in the mail, especially since our skies are overcast and it is chilly outside.

You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis

CIELO said...

Hi Carolyn... thanks to your love for teacups and wonderful collection, I've started my own collection of abandoned and orphaned teacups at garage sales and thrift stores... ;) Oh my, I wonder where this might take me! ;)

As always, it's a pleasure coming here.


Cottage Rose said...

Hello Carolyn;
What a Lovely Tea Room,, boy wish I could go and stop by for some Tea.... The inside is so beautiful, I love the colors and how it is all decorated... and you tea set is so gorgeous as well... have a great week.


Pom Pom said...

Oh, how lovely! I must brew up a pot of tea now! You are funny - eating your lunch before you think to take a picture! Sounds like me!

Anonymous said...

what a lovely place to have a girlfriend over for tea!! Does she serve the 3 tower tray filled with goodies? I so adore the wee lemon tarts and mini sammies.. along with scones!!

Such a great tea shot there sided with blueberry muffies.. yum!

*Ulrike* said...

What a wonderful place to have tea! A very peaceful setting that looks like encourages laughter!
Take Care!

nannykim said...

oh, the tea room looks so inviting; I wish we had one near me! I took your idea from one of your post on the way you stacked your tea cups in one of your cupboards--only I did my coffee cups that way; I was so thankful for the idea (you can see it in today's post --Tuesday at http://spindlecottage.blogspot.com/

The Tablescaper said...

How lucky for you to have a tea room so close. It's lovely to step out a bit and have some tasty items.
- The Tablescaper

Kathy said...

Hello Carolyn, What a lovely gift from Jackie, the book does look interesting, I am from England and Surrey is a beautiful place. Your red and white tea set is gorgeous, my fave colours and the new tea room looks so pretty. Kathy.

Sarah said...

Carolyn, thanks for taking us along to this sweet tearoom. It looks like a cozy spot for a cup of tea.~ Sarah

Carol said...

What a lovely tea room.
Your table looks very inviting also.

Andi's English Attic said...

It all looks very lovely. I think they should put a word to a quote on each step of the staircase.
I like the photo of your great-in-laws. xx

sweet bay said...

The picture of your husband's grandparents is wonderful.

The blueberry oat muffins with tea looks wonderful too.

Joanne said...

Hi Carolyn I would love to stop for tea such a beautiful table setting but I really must go and prune some roses that I missed in November.